The online veterinary team you can count on.

If you’ve got an emergency, your pet’s feeling under the weather or you need a face-to-face appointment, we’re here to help! 

Exotic pets, medical issues, skin problems, ophthalmology, and emergency and critical care are just a few of the topics we can advise on.

A quick chat with one of our team can give you the reassurance and support you need to make the best decision for your pet. 

It’s so easy to book a video consultation with one of our friendly vets, who have a range of qualifications and experiences between them and can offer quick advice from 8am-11pm every day.

It can be difficult to find vets that have knowledge and experience in looking after more unusual pets. Many of our qualified team members are exotic experts, so whether your rabbit has hurt its foot, your lizard is lethargic or you just want some general advice to keep your budgie healthy, we’re here to help!

It can be a very worrying time for you as a pet owner when your pet suddenly falls ill or has an accident. If you’re unsure whether your pet needs to be rushed to an emergency vet practice, One of our vets can help guide and support you and offer first aid advice for managing your pet at home where appropriate. Some of our vets hold RCVS recognised further qualifications in Advanced Veterinary Practice (Cert AVP), Emergency and Critical Care and are RCVS Recognised Advanced Practitioner in Emergency and Critical Care. Our team has the expert knowledge needed to help you make the right decision for your pet.

Our friendly team can advise on all manner of medicine cases, so whether your cat has kidney problems or your dog’s thyroid condition is proving difficult to stabilise, you can count on us to support you with a convenient online consultation.

With years of general practice experience and dermatology certificates between them, many of our team members can advise on routine and complex skin cases. We support cases remotely wherever possible, and can recommend whether a visit to your local practice may be needed to ensure your pet’s skin condition is managed effectively, whilst making sure your vet has access to our notes to ensure continuity of care.